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    27-02-2021, 04:41 PM
    Pain and laxity of knee can be treated with prolotherapy. There is so much evidence best I can refer to is a google scholar search: Google Scholar Did one 10 days ago and she says it's already much better though some take at least three 6 week goes to be better.,
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    27-02-2021, 02:52 PM
    Hi everyone, I hope you can help. I'm really struggling to look for information about MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration) recognition in Switzerland and Italy. I'm Italian, but I live in the UK since 10 years now. This year I'm going to graduate in BSc Sport and Exercise Science and would like to start an MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration) in January 2022. This course last 2 years full-time and has the same hours of placement as the BSc. However, this Master gives 90 ECTS credits,...
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    27-02-2021, 12:11 PM
    Thank you! I have already seen the documents and have completed my IELTS with a band of 8 and lowest being a 7. I am going to submit my application once my school has provided the rest of the documents. My concern as of the moment isn't with the process anymore but with the sufficiency of my degree. The application fee was quite expensive and I am sure studying would be expensive as well. Thank you!
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    26-02-2021, 10:18 AM
    Hi, Around 12 months ago, I injured my hands and wrists because of a repetitive grip related task that I was doing with both my hands for a long period of time. As a result, I sometimes get mild pain in the base of my thumbs and when I bend my thumbs, they sometimes click when I straighten them out. Also, I sometimes have mild pain in my wrists and they click and crackle a lot especially if I haven't stretched them. I have no issue lifting any heavy weight my hands and I can do the same...
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    23-02-2021, 02:57 AM
    I am a UK trained Physio who has been working in Canada for the past 8 years. I am thinking of returning to the UK but am not sure where to start with gaining employment. I have previous experience in the NHS and would like to return to that if possible. What are other peoples experiences? I am no longer HCPC or CSP registered. Would I have to do this before even applying for jobs? How is the job situation there now? When I look online there appears to be a lot of jobs available but are...
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    23-02-2021, 12:00 AM
    Australia, New South Wales (Regional) - Established for over 5 years. High turnover clinic that has seen strong growth each year since opening.Friendly and professional team with strong relationships with local schools, GPs,... See More Information...
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